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JuiceBox home EV charging stations

Charge your EV faster, smarter, cleaner

JuiceBox smart EV charger

JuiceBox smart electric vehicle charging

Charge up to 9x faster

JuiceBox smart charging stations provide the speed, convenience and cost-effective solution you need to charge your vehicle from the comfort of your home.

  • Compatible with all electric vehicles
  • Available in 32, 40 & 48 amp speeds
  • Qualifies for local incentives & rebates
  • Smart grid charging capabilities


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By teaming up with a global supplier like Enel X Way we are able to offer our clients the opportunity to implement cutting edge EV charging technology at their homes and facilities, whilst also helping to fulfill the demand for cleaner modes of transportation.

Michael Parry

Haven Consultants

Why choose JuiceBox?

What makes the JuiceBox charger smarter?

Clean & affordable charging at the tap of a finger

More power & features for less

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Faster, smarter, cleaner

Charge up to 9x faster, schedule charging when electricity costs are lowest and charge with 100% renewable energy using JuiceNet. Just a few of the reasons why we were rated Best EV Charger of 2022 by CNet and Car and Driver.

Three levels of EV charging

Level 1 charging

The Level 1 charging level means simply plugging the battery-operated vehicle into a standard, 120-volt household outlet. Many EV drivers find the 4 to 5 miles of driving range per hour that Level 1 charging provides isn’t enough to keep up with daily driving needs.

Level 2 charging

JuiceBox Level 2 charging provides a faster 12-40 miles of charge per hour. Utilizing a 240-volt outlet, Level 2 charging is most suitable for daily driving needs, and the most practical way to charge an EV at home.

Level 3 charging

Level 3 charging, often called DC fast charging, provides the quickest charging rate, but the high installation costs, the need for a licensed electrician, and complex infrastructure requirements make this charging method impractical as a home charging unit. Level 3 DC chargers are typically found at public charging stations or Tesla Supercharger stations.
JuiceBox home charger mounted on a garage wall